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by Julian Gray
A $1-coin collection book that includes a description and background information about every Australian $1 coin ever produced for circulation. Comes with a coin-presentation wallet that allows the reader to store each $1 coin they collecta ...
Science is a huge topic, but this friendly book breaks it down into bite-sized chunks, making it an accessible introduction for anyone who wants to find out about this fascinating subject. Highly illustrated, in a pictorial, 'infographics' ...
Space is a huge topic, but this friendly book breaks it down into bite-sized chunks, making it an accessible introduction for anyone who wants to find out about this fascinating subject. Highly illustrated, in a pictorial, 'infographics' style, ...
by Dawn Isaac
Discover the world as you've never seen it before with exploded images of everyday objects from cars and skeletons to pianos and chocolate! Each image has 13 mind-blowing facts plus a little myth-buster that takes young readers on an incredible ...
by Baby Professor
Ever wonder what's outside the world you see? Open this workbook to find out. Picture books are more detailed and descriptive compared to the usual school textbooks. It is the perfect complement to classroom-based teaching because it allows for ...eBook
Explore science in a fun new way, with a different activity or experiment for every day of the year. 6+ , ∗Hands-on science to fascinate children, with often surprising results. , ∗Will inspire the scientists of the future. ...
by E. Richard Churchill
by Anne Rooney
<p>You can't build a bridge, bake a cake or even do your shopping without maths, but many children (and adults) are put off it at school because it can seem pretty tricky and, dare we say it, boring… </p><p>50 Amazing Things Kids Need to Know ...eBook
by Penny Johnson
<p>Science doesn't have to just be about periodic tables and test tubes. For those kids (and adults) who are put off reading or learning about science because they think it's too hard, too boring, or just has nothing to do with them, think ...eBook
by Baby Professor
Let's explore outer space through this amazing science workbook! Here, you don't just read about the space and cosmos, you actually see it for your own eyes. That's the beauty of picture books because they allow you to experience the learning ...eBook
by CAROLYN CINAMI DECRISTOFANO
Get ready to S-T-R-E-T-C-H your mind!<br><br>What is a black hole? Where do they come from? How were they discovered? Can we visit one? Carolyn Cinami DeCristofano takes readers on a ride through the galaxies (ours, and others), answering these ...
Play with Science
<p>In which we learn to love chemistry by breaking a bunch of test tubes, witnessing a cool irreversible reaction and reading about super chemical bloopers</p> ...eBook
A Horrid Factbook
by Francesca Simon
<p><b>From multi-million-copy selling author Francesca Simon, and David Walliams' illustrator, Tony Ross, comes the intriguing tenth Horrid Henry's Factbook about all things outer space. </b></p><p>What sound does the sun make? How long would iteBook
by H. J. Press
Describes projects which introduce scientific principles, and shows children how and why things work. With a flowerpot and a stick as a sundial, this book helps you follow the shifting shadows to read the time. It also shows you how to write a ...
by D. B. Steinman
<p>This book contains classic material dating back to the 1900s and before. The content has been carefully selected for its interest and relevance to a modern audience.</p> ...eBook
Solar System for Kids
by Baby Professor
Is your child interested to know what's out there? Well, let him see for himself! This beautiful book features the universe with all its twinkling stars and pretty planets. Use this book to encourages your child to like space science because it ...eBook
Inventions from A to Z
by Mary Elizabeth Salzmann
by Laurie Wallmark
<p>Ada Lovelace, the daughter of the famous romantic poet, Lord Byron, develops her creativity through science and math. When she meets Charles Babbage, the inventor of the first mechanical computer, Ada understands the machine better than ...
by Izzi Howell